FAQ

Q. Who is organizing this campaign?

A. The campaign is a non-political effort organized by leaders of the Connecticut bar who believe that due process and equal justice mean that children and families should have lawyers at their side when they seek to have their legal status adjudicated. Attorneys Chase Rogers and Bob Holtzberg are chairing the effort, backed by 17 current and former heads of the Connecticut Bar Association and others. Read more here.

 

Q. Are donations tax-deductible?

A. Yes. Donations to the Connecticut Lawyers for Immigration Justice Campaign are processed by Connecticut Legal Services, Inc., a nonprofit whose federal EIN is 06-0955461. All donations will be shared among Connecticut's three full-service legal aid nonprofits: Connecticut Legal Services, Greater Hartford Legal Aid, and New Haven Legal Assistance Association.

 

Q. Can I donate time as well as money?

A.  If you're interested in volunteering, please email Joshua Perry, Deputy Director of Connecticut Legal Services, at jperry@connlegalservices.org or 860-975-3910.

 

Q. To whom should I direct questions?

A.  Please feel free to direct any questions to Joshua Perry, Deputy Director of Connecticut Legal Services, at jperry@connlegalservices.org or 860-975-3910.